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    1. Beilman, DW; Vitt, DH; Halsey, LA
      Localized permafrost Peatlands in Western Canada: Definition, distributions, and degradation

      ARCTIC ANTARCTIC AND ALPINE RESEARCH
    2. Camill, P; Lynch, JA; Clark, JS; Adams, JB; Jordan, B
      Changes in biomass, aboveground net primary production, and peat accumulation following permafrost thaw in the boreal peatlands of Manitoba, Canada

      ECOSYSTEMS
    3. Berendse, F; Van Breemen, N; Rydin, H; Buttler, A; Heijmans, M; Hoosbeek, MR; Lee, JA; Mitchell, E; Saarinen, T; Vasander, H; Wallen, B
      Raised atmospheric CO2 levels and increased N deposition cause shifts in plant species composition and production in Sphagnum bogs

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    4. Lavoie, C; Zimmermann, C; Pellerin, S
      Peatland restoration in southern Quebec (Canada): A paleoecological perspective

      ECOSCIENCE
    5. Renberg, I; Bindler, R; Brannvall, ML
      Using the historical atmospheric lead-deposition record as a chronologicalmarker in sediment deposits in Europe

      HOLOCENE
    6. Hendon, D; Charman, DJ; Kent, M
      Palaeohydrological records derived from testate amoebae analysis from peatlands in northern England: within-site variability, between-site comparability and palaeoclimatic implications

      HOLOCENE
    7. Brack, K; Stevens, RL
      Historical pollution trends in a disturbed, estuarine sedimentary environment, SW Sweden

      ENVIRONMENTAL GEOLOGY
    8. Sousa, A; Garcia-Murillo, P
      Can place names be used as indicators of landscape changes? Application tothe Donana Natural Park (Spain)

      LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY
    9. Esteve-Raventos, F; Keller, G; Ortega, A
      Cortinarius sarcoflammeus sp nov, a new species of subgenus Dermocybe (Agaricales) growing in Sphagnum bogs

      PLANT SYSTEMATICS AND EVOLUTION
    10. Chambers, FM; Blackford, JJ
      Mid- and late-Holocene climatic changes: a test of periodicity and solar forcing in proxy-climate data from blanket peat bogs

      JOURNAL OF QUATERNARY SCIENCE
    11. Chiverrell, RC
      A proxy record of late Holocene climate change from May Moss, northeast England

      JOURNAL OF QUATERNARY SCIENCE
    12. Chapman, SJ
      Sulphur forms in open and afforested areas of two scottish peatlands

      WATER AIR AND SOIL POLLUTION
    13. Berset, JD; Kuehne, P; Shotyk, W
      Concentrations and distribution of some polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in an ombrotrophic peat bog profile of Switzerland

      SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT
    14. Risvold, AM; Fonda, RW
      Community composition and floristic relationships in montane wetlands in the North Cascades,Washington

      NORTHWEST SCIENCE
    15. Polyakova, AV; Chernov, IY; Panikov, NS
      Yeast diversity in hydromorphic soils with reference to a grass-sphagnum wetland in Western Siberia and a Hummocky Tundra Region at Cape Barrow (Alaska)

      MICROBIOLOGY
    16. Reeve, AS; Warzocha, J; Glaser, PH; Siegel, DI
      Regional ground-water flow modeling of the Glacial Lake Agassiz Peatlands,Minnesota

      JOURNAL OF HYDROLOGY
    17. Reeve, AS; Siegel, DI; Glaser, PH
      Simulating dispersive mixing in large peatlands

      JOURNAL OF HYDROLOGY
    18. Ray, AM; Rebertus, AJ; Ray, HL
      Macrophyte succession in Minnesota beaver ponds

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE BOTANIQUE
    19. Camill, P
      How much do local factors matter for predicting transient ecosystem dynamics? Suggestions from permafrost formation in boreal peatlands

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    20. Sula, J; Spitzer, K
      Allozyme polymorphism in isolated populations of the moth Coenophila subrosea (Lepidoptera : Noctuidae) from three Central European peat bogs

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF ENTOMOLOGY
    21. Nordin, A; Gunnarsson, U
      Amino acid accumulation and growth of Sphagnum under different levels of Ndeposition

      ECOSCIENCE
    22. Delage, V; Fortin, MJ; Desrochers, A
      Effects of peripheral and isolated locations of songbird habitats in minedbogs

      ECOSCIENCE
    23. Haddad, S; Desrochers, A; Savard, JPL
      Artificial nest predation in bogs: Does peat harvest increase risk?

      ECOSCIENCE
    24. Shvidenko, AZ; Nilsson, S; Stolbovoi, VS; Gluck, M; Shchepashchenko, DG; Rozhkov, VA
      Aggregated estimation of the basic parameters of biological production andthe carbon budget of Russian terrestrial ecosystems: 1. Stocks of plant organic mass

      RUSSIAN JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    25. Caseldine, CJ; Baker, A; Charman, DJ; Hendon, D
      A comparative study of optical properties of NaOH peat extracts: implications for humification studies

      HOLOCENE
    26. Brugam, RB; Swain, P
      Diatom indicators of peatland development at Pogonia Bog Pond, Minnesota, USA

      HOLOCENE
    27. Hughes, PDM; Mauquoy, D; Barber, KE; Langdon, PG
      Mire-development pathways and palaeoclimatic records from a full Holocene peat archive at Walton Moss, Cumbria, England

      HOLOCENE
    28. Carroll, JA; Johnson, D; Morecroft, M; Taylor, A; Caporn, SJM; Lee, JA
      The effect of long-term nitrogen additions on the bryophyte cover of upland acidic grasslands

      JOURNAL OF BRYOLOGY
    29. Gignac, LD; Halsey, LA; Vitt, DH
      A bioclimatic model for the distribution of Sphagnum-dominated peatlands in North America under present climatic conditions

      JOURNAL OF BIOGEOGRAPHY
    30. Wind-Mulder, HL; Vitt, DH
      Comparisons of water and peat chemistries of a post-harvested and undisturbed peatland with relevance to restoration

      WETLANDS
    31. Moorhead, KK; Moynihan, RE; Simpson, SL
      Soil characteristics of four southern Appalachian fens in North Carolina, USA

      WETLANDS
    32. Barber, KE; Maddy, D; Rose, N; Stevenson, AC; Stoneman, R; Thompson, R
      Replicated proxy-climate signals over the last 2000 yr from two distant UKpeat bogs: new evidence for regional palaeoclimate teleconnections

      QUATERNARY SCIENCE REVIEWS
    33. Blackford, J
      Palaeoclimatic records from peat bogs

      TRENDS IN ECOLOGY & EVOLUTION
    34. Grigal, DF; Kolka, RK; Fleck, JA; Nater, EA
      Mercury budget of an upland-peatland watershed

      BIOGEOCHEMISTRY
    35. Kempter, H; Frenzel, B
      The impact of early mining and smelting on the local tropospheric aerosol detected in ombrotrophic peat bogs in the Harz, Germany

      WATER AIR AND SOIL POLLUTION
    36. Shotyk, W; Blaser, P; Grunig, A; Cheburkin, AK
      A new approach for quantifying cumulative, anthropogenic, atmospheric leaddeposition using peal cores from bogs: Pb in eight Swiss peat bog profiles

      SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT
    37. Slawska, M
      Collembola communities in Sphagnum basin bogs and their importance to biodiversity of pine forest

      PEDOBIOLOGIA
    38. Rice, SK
      Variation in carbon isotope discrimination within and among Sphagnum species in a temperate wetland

      OECOLOGIA
    39. Hyvarinen, M; Crittenden, PD
      P-33 translocation in the thallus of the mat-forming lichen Cladonia portentosa

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    40. Mitchell, EAD; Buttler, A; Grosvernier, P; Rydin, H; Albinsson, C; Greenup, AL; Heijmans, MMPD; Hoosbeek, MR; Saarinen, T
      Relationships among testate amoebae (Protozoa), vegetation and water chemistry in five Sphagnum-dominated peatlands in Europe

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    41. Reeve, AS; Siegel, DI; Glaser, PH
      Simulating vertical flow in large peatlands

      JOURNAL OF HYDROLOGY
    42. Hornibrook, ERC; Longstaffe, FJ; Fyfe, WS; Bloom, Y
      Carbon-isotope ratios and carbon, nitrogen and sulfur abundances in flora and soil organic matter from a temperate-zone bog and marsh

      GEOCHEMICAL JOURNAL
    43. Vile, MA; Wieder, RK; Novak, M
      200 years of Pb deposition throughout the Czech Republic: Patterns and sources

      ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
    44. Lavoie, M; Richard, PJH
      The role of climate on the developmental history of Frontenac Peatland, southern Quebec

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE BOTANIQUE
    45. Pellerin, S; Lavoie, C
      Peatland fragments of southern Quebec: recent evolution of their vegetation structure

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE BOTANIQUE
    46. Huopalainen, M; Tuittila, ES; Vanha-Majamaa, I; Nousiainen, H; Laine, J; Vasander, H
      The potential of soil seed banks for revegetation of bogs in SW Finland after long-term aerial pollution

      ANNALES BOTANICI FENNICI
    47. Bragazza, L; Gerdol, R
      Hydrology, groundwater chemistry and peat chemistry in relation to habitatconditions in a mire on the South-eastern Alps of Italy

      PLANT ECOLOGY
    48. Weiss, D; Shotyk, W; Kramers, JD; Gloor, M
      Sphagnum mosses as archives of recent and past atmospheric lead depositionin Switzerland

      ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
    49. Mitchell, EAD; Buttler, AJ; Warner, BG; Gobat, JM
      Ecology of testate amoebae (Protozoa : Rhizopoda) in Sphagnum peatlands inthe Jura mountains, Switzerland and France

      ECOSCIENCE
    50. Camill, P
      Peat accumulation and succession following permafrost thaw in the boreal peatlands of Manitoba, Canada

      ECOSCIENCE
    51. Charman, DJ; Hendon, D; Packman, S
      Multiproxy surface wetness records from replicate cores on an ombrotrophicmire: implications for Holocene palaeoclimate records

      JOURNAL OF QUATERNARY SCIENCE
    52. Mauquoy, D; Barber, K
      A replicated 3000 yr proxy-climate record from Coom Rigg Moss and Felecia Moss, the Border Mires, northern England

      JOURNAL OF QUATERNARY SCIENCE
    53. Entry, JA
      Influence of nitrogen on atrazine and 2, 4 dichlorophenoxyacetic acid mineralization in blackwater and redwater forested wetland soils

      BIOLOGY AND FERTILITY OF SOILS
    54. Williams, B; Silcock, D; Young, M
      Seasonal dynamics of N in two Sphagnum moss species and the underlying peat treated with (NH4NO3)-N-15-N-15

      BIOGEOCHEMISTRY
    55. Williams, BL; Buttler, A; Grosvernier, P; Francez, AJ; Gilbert, D; Ilomets, M; Jauhiainen, J; Matthey, Y; Silcock, DJ; Vasander, H
      The fate of NH4NO3 added to Sphagnum magellanicum carpets at five Europeanmire sites

      BIOGEOCHEMISTRY
    56. Kempter, H; Frenzel, B
      The local nature of anthropogenic emission sources on the elemental content of nearby ombrotrophic peat bogs, Vulkaneifel, Germany

      SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT
    57. de Lange, PJ; Heenan, PB; Clarkson, BD; Clarkson, BR
      Taxonomy, ecology, and conservation of Sporadanthus (Restionaceae) in New Zealand

      NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    58. Aerts, R; Verhoeven, JTA; Whigham, DF
      Plant-mediated controls on nutrient cycling in temperate fens and bogs

      ECOLOGY
    59. Dunlap, CE; Steinnes, E; Flegal, AR
      A synthesis of lead isotopes in two millennia of European air

      EARTH AND PLANETARY SCIENCE LETTERS
    60. Baker, A; Caseldine, CJ; Gilmour, MA; Charman, D; Proctor, CJ; Hawkesworth, CJ; Phillips, N
      Stalagmite luminescence and peat humification records of palaeomoisture for the last 2500 years

      EARTH AND PLANETARY SCIENCE LETTERS
    61. Camill, P
      Patterns of boreal permafrost peatland vegetation across environmental gradients sensitive to climate warming

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE BOTANIQUE
    62. Dyck, BS; Shay, JM
      Biomass and carbon pool of two bogs in the Experimental Lakes Area, northwestern Ontario

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE BOTANIQUE
    63. Jansson, A; Folke, C; Langaas, S
      Quantifying the nitrogen retention capacity of natural wetlands in the large-scale drainage basin of the Baltic Sea

      LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY
    64. ANDERSON DE
      A RECONSTRUCTION OF HOLOCENE CLIMATIC CHANGES FROM PEAT BOGS IN NORTH-WEST SCOTLAND

      Boreas
    65. BRAGAZZA L; ALBER R; GERDOL R
      SEASONAL CHEMISTRY OF PORE-WATER IN HUMMOCKS AND HOLLOWS IN A POOR-MIRE IN THE SOUTHERN ALPS (ITALY)

      Wetlands
    66. BROWN DA
      GAS-PRODUCTION FROM AN OMBROTROPHIC BOG - EFFECT OF CLIMATE-CHANGE ONMICROBIAL ECOLOGY

      Climatic change
    67. PAINTER TJ
      CARBOHYDRATE POLYMERS IN FOOD PRESERVATION - AN INTEGRATED VIEW OF THE MAILLARD REACTION WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO DISCOVERIES OF PRESERVEDFOODS IN SPHAGNUM-DOMINATED PEAT BOGS

      Carbohydrate polymers
    68. BUTTLER A; GROSVERNIER P; MATTHEY Y
      A NEW SAMPLER FOR EXTRACTING UNDISTURBED SURFACE PEAT CORES FOR GROWTH POT EXPERIMENTS

      New phytologist
    69. JAUHIAINEN J; WALLEN B; MALMER N
      POTENTIAL NH4- UPTAKE IN 7 SPHAGNUM SPECIES( AND NO3)

      New phytologist
    70. Buttler, A; Grosvernier, P; Matthey, Y
      Development of Sphagnum fallax diaspores on bare peat with implications for the restoration of cut-over bogs

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED ECOLOGY
    71. THORMANN MN; BAYLEY SE; SZUMIGALSKI AR
      EFFECTS OF HYDROLOGIC CHANGES ON ABOVEGROUND PRODUCTION AND SURFACE-WATER CHEMISTRY IN 2 BOREAL PEATLANDS IN ALBERTA - IMPLICATIONS FOR GLOBAL WARMING

      Hydrobiologia
    72. Mataloni, G
      Ecological studies on algal communities from Tierra del Fuego peat bogs

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    73. BENOIT JM; FITZGERALD WF; DAMMAN AWH
      THE BIOGEOCHEMISTRY OF AN OMBROTROPHIC BOG - EVALUATION OF USE AS AN ARCHIVE OF ATMOSPHERIC MERCURY DEPOSITION

      Environmental research (New York, N.Y. : Print)
    74. BHATTI JS; FOSTER NW; HAZLETT PW
      FINE-ROOT BIOMASS AND NUTRIENT CONTENT IN A BLACK SPRUCE NEAT SOIL WITH AND WITHOUT ALDER

      Canadian Journal of Soil Science
    75. Gignac, LD; Nicholson, BJ; Bayley, SE
      The utilization of bryophytes in bioclimatic modeling: Present distribution of peatlands in the Mackenzie River Basin, Canada

      BRYOLOGIST
    76. JAUHIAINEN J; VASANDER H; SILVOLA J
      NUTRIENT CONCENTRATION IN SPHAGNA AT INCREASED N-DEPOSITION RATES ANDRAISED ATMOSPHERIC CO2 CONCENTRATIONS

      Plant ecology
    77. THORMANN MN; BAYLEY SE
      ABOVEGROUND NET PRIMARY PRODUCTION ALONG A BOG-FEN-MARSH GRADIENT IN SOUTHERN BOREAL ALBERTA, CANADA

      Ecoscience
    78. VORONIN PY; MAKEEV AV; GUKASYAN IA; VASILIEV AA; TERENTEVA EV; MOKRONOSOV AT
      CHLOROPHYLL INDEX AND ANNUAL PHOTOSYNTHETIC CARBON SEQUESTERING IN SPHAGNUM PHYTOCENOSES

      Russian journal of plant physiology
    79. CHAMBERS FM; BARBER KE; MADDY D; BREW J
      A 5500-YEAR PROXY-CLIMATE AND VEGETATION RECORD FROM BLANKET MIRE AT TALLA MOSS, BORDERS, SCOTLAND

      Holocene
    80. BRUGAM RB; JOHNSON SM
      HOLOCENE LAKE-LEVEL RISE IN THE UPPER PENINSULA OF MICHIGAN, USA, AS INDICATED BY PEATLAND GROWTH

      Holocene
    81. PRICE GD; MCKENZIE JE; PILCHER JR; HOPER ST
      CARBON-ISOTOPE VARIATION IN SPHAGNUM FORM HUMMOCK-HOLLOW COMPLEXES - IMPLICATIONS FOR HOLOCENE CLIMATE RECONSTRUCTION

      Holocene
    82. ZOLCIAK A; BOUTEVILLE RJ; TOURVIEILLE J; ROECKELDREVET P; NICOLAS P; GUILLAUMIN JJ
      OCCURRENCE OF ARMILLARIA-ECTYPA (FR.) LAMOURE IN PEAT BOGS OF THE AUVERGNE - THE REPRODUCTION SYSTEM OF THE SPECIES

      Cryptogamie. Mycologie
    83. JENSEN A
      HISTORICAL DEPOSITION RATES OF CD, CU, PB, AND ZN IN NORWAY AND SWEDEN ESTIMATED BY PB-210 DATING AND MEASUREMENT OF TRACE-ELEMENTS IN CORES OF PEAT BOGS

      Water, air and soil pollution
    84. VERHOEVEN JTA; LIEFVELD WM
      THE ECOLOGICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF ORGANOCHEMICAL COMPOUNDS IN SPHAGNUM

      Acta botanica neerlandica
    85. JACQUEMART AL
      VACCINIUM-OXYCOCCOS L (OXYCOCCUS-PALUSTRIS PERS) AND VACCINIUM-MICROCARPUM (TURCZ EX RUPR) SCHMALH (OXYCOCCUS-MICROCARPUS TURCZ EX RUPR)

      Journal of Ecology
    86. GLASER PH; SIEGEL DI; ROMANOWICZ EA; SHEN YP
      REGIONAL LINKAGES BETWEEN RAISED BOGS AND THE CLIMATE, GROUNDWATER, AND LANDSCAPE OF NORTH-WESTERN MINNESOTA

      Journal of Ecology
    87. WILLAMS BL; SILCOCK DJ
      NUTRIENT AND MICROBIAL CHANGES IN THE PEAT PROFILE BENEATH SPHAGNUM-MAGELLANICUM IN RESPONSE TO ADDITIONS OF AMMONIUM-NITRATE

      Journal of Applied Ecology
    88. GROSVERNIER P; MATTHEY Y; BUTTLER A
      GROWTH-POTENTIAL OF 3 SPHAGNUM SPECIES IN RELATION TO WATER-TABLE LEVEL AND PEAT PROPERTIES WITH IMPLICATIONS FOR THEIR RESTORATION IN CUT-OVER BOGS

      Journal of Applied Ecology
    89. THOMPSON FC
      THE GENUS PLESKEOLA STACKELBERG (DIPTERA, SYRPHIDAE), A JUNIOR SYNONYM OF PARHELOPHILUS GIRSCHNER

      Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington
    90. SHOTYK W
      ATMOSPHERIC DEPOSITION AND MASS-BALANCE OF MAJOR AND TRACE-ELEMENTS IN 2 OCEANIC PEAT BOG PROFILES, NORTHERN SCOTLAND AND THE SHETLAND ISLANDS

      Chemical geology
    91. ANDERSON DS; DAVIS RB
      THE VEGETATION AND ITS ENVIRONMENTS IN MAINE PEATLANDS

      Canadian journal of botany
    92. GOWER ST; VOGEL JG; NORMAN JM; KUCHARIK CJ; STEELE SJ; STOW TK
      CARBON DISTRIBUTION AND ABOVEGROUND NET PRIMARY PRODUCTION IN ASPEN, JACK PINE, AND BLACK SPRUCE STANDS IN SASKATCHEWAN AND MANITOBA, CANADA

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    93. WELLS ED
      CLASSIFICATION OF PEATLAND VEGETATION IN ATLANTIC CANADA

      Journal of vegetation science
    94. VOMPERSKIY SE; IVANOV AI; TSYGANOVA OP; GLUKHOVA TV; DUBININ AI; GLUKHOV AI; MARKELOVA LG
      BOG ORGANIC SOILS AND BOGS OF RUSSIA AND CARBON POOL OF THEIR PEATS

      Eurasian soil science
    95. STOTLAND DM
      PREDICTION OF THE HEAT REGIME AND FREEZE DEPTH OF SOIL, SEDIMENTS, AND PEAT BOGS

      Eurasian soil science
    96. STOTLAND DM
      CALCULATION MODEL FOR THAWING OF SOIL, SEDIMENTS, AND PEAT BOGS

      Eurasian soil science
    97. RULL V
      LATE PLEISTOCENE AND HOLOCENE CLIMATES OF VENEZUELA

      Quaternary international
    98. WINDMULDER HL; ROCHEFORT L; VITT DH
      WATER AND PEAT CHEMISTRY COMPARISONS OF NATURAL AND POST-HARVESTED PEATLANDS ACROSS CANADA AND THEIR RELEVANCE TO PEATLAND RESTORATION

      Ecological engineering
    99. BELTMAN B; KOOIJMAN AM; ROUWENHORST G; VANKERKHOVEN M
      NUTRIENT AVAILABILITY AND PLANT-GROWTH LIMITATION IN BLANKET MIRES INIRELAND

      Biology and environment
    100. HUMPHREY WD; PLUTH DJ
      NET NITROGEN MINERALIZATION IN NATURAL AND DRAINED FEN PEATLANDS IN ALBERTA, CANADA

      Soil Science Society of America journal


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